Did you know that all signing agents are notary publics, but not all notary publics are signing agents? It’s true: There are nearly 4.4 million notaries in the United States, and a good percentage of them are also loan signing agents. 

In companies and businesses, a notary or signing agent’s services are often in high need. Whether it’s a corporate office, a bank, or a car dealership, having a notary onboard that can verify and witness legal documents is essential to ensuring a smooth and operational workday. 

But what’s the difference between a notary and a signing agent? Although they start on similar paths, they’re not the same thing: Notaries are there to verify identities and witness signatures while signing agents are certified to walk borrowers through specific loan-signing documents. 

Why Do You Need A Mobile Notary Public?
What is a notary public?

Trust us, you’re not the first to ask that. There’s a reason why Notary Publics are becoming a lucrative “side hustle” for entrepreneurs with a legal background.

Now more than ever, people need notaries to do the duties that everyday citizens can’t perform — without having to pay expensive lawyer fees.

Figures vary by states, but Notary Publics are often the largest group of public officials. There are currently 95,000 Notary Publics operational across the State of Indiana, for example. And the national growth of notaries has been fairly consistent, save a stretch in the late 2000s.

And the national growth of notaries has been fairly consistent, save a stretch in the late 2000s.

How To Succeed as a Mobile Notary

Working as a mobile notary of public is a fun and rewarding profession that gives you the opportunity to meet and help new people on a daily basis. Unlike other careers that force workers to perform the same monotonous tasks over and over, each day is different in the field of mobile notary. Of course, this is just one of the reasons why so many people take an interest in this profession.

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